When I moved from Bangkok to Seoul, I knew I wanted to join a BJJ gym again to pick up my training. Never would I thought Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Seoul would become my second home, and never would I thought my training partners would become my friends. If you are in Seoul, and looking for a place to train, try Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Seoul, the official and first certified training center in South Korea.
If you ask me what my favorite gi brand is, I would say, without a doubt, Fenom Kimonos. Their gis are inexpensive and from good quality. I own two Fenom gis, one black and one white. The black one I’m not using much, as only white gis are allowed in the Gracie Jiu-Jitsu gym. That is why I bought a white gi. I am using it for more than six months now and if you are interested in Fenom kimonos, read more for more information and my opinion!
It has been three weeks ago that I competed in the competition and I haven’t talked about it on my blog. Sorry! You might have noticed it via Instagram, but I got third place. Here’s a short update about my experience!
It has been a while since I updated you about my GJJ journey!
I’m now in my fifth month doing GJJ at the gym and quite a few things has changed. I got more bruises than ever, and not only that… I felt that it was time to update again about my path to blue belt, so if you’re interested, click! If not, skip 🙂
You might have seen it on my Instagram, if not: I’m entering a BJJ competition. It happens on October 22th, which is in three weeks. Many of you also know that I’m a Gracie Combatives student at Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Seoul, where white belts don’t do sparring. Now if you put all of the information I gave you, you might wonder why the heck would she enter a competition with no sparring experience??